Winter & Summer stings

ayed

Senior Member
Arabic(Saudi)
How you doing, WRPs

Curious to know:

(1).At the wee hours, right before the sunshine , in the winter season, when I walk bare-footed , I feel some chilly stings on my feet..
(2).At the summer season , I walk bare-footed on the desert at noon and feel hot stings on my feet

My question :
Is there any term denotes or connotes the aforsaid two cases .That is, severity of cold and hot?

I am sure that your responses and comments are helpful to me.

In advance are my thanks to you
 
  • maxiogee

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    English
    I don't think so, ayed.

    "Extremes of hot and cold" might do it, but I'd wait and see what others say. My brain is mis-wired this morning.
     
    ayed said:
    How you doing, WRPs

    Curious to know:

    (1).At the wee hours, right before the sunshine , in the winter season, when I walk bare-footed , I feel some chilly stings on my feet..
    (2).At the summer season , I walk bare-footed on the desert at noon and feel hot stings on my feet

    My question :
    Is there any term denotes or connotates the aforsaid two cases .That is, severity of cold and hot?

    I am sure that your responses and comments are helpful to me.

    In advance are my thanks to you



    In the winter my feet are freezing cold.

    In the summer my feet are burning hot.

    Hope this helps.:)


    LRV
     

    ayed

    Senior Member
    Arabic(Saudi)
    Maxiogee , thank you for passing by here.Brush up your brain .Thus, I am sure you could answer .

    Bukhin..Bukhin , Le reine Victoria.
    Thank you very much
     

    maxiogee

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    English
    I thought, ayed, that you wanted 'a term' which covered both cases. It appears you wanted "terms" which cover each case.

    My apologies, I misunderstood you.
     

    ayed

    Senior Member
    Arabic(Saudi)
    See Victoria's answer is very closer to what I actuallt need.She has described the state in which I am in the two cases.

    I need the term that denotes the state in which earth is on.
    Chilly soil ,burning hot or what?I need the sense of ground NOT mine .
     

    maxiogee

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    In that case, I don't see that there is a word.
    The ground is either one or the other, there is no need to have a word or phrase which covers such a difference over a period of time.

    I'd still stick with "extremes of temperature" as in -> "If I go out of the house barefoot in both winter and summer my feet will suffer from the ground's extremes of temperature."
     

    dayve

    Member
    English - Australia
    Ayed,

    Maybe you could provide an example of a sentence where you would like to use the expression - this might give a clearer idea of what you're after?
     
    ayed said:
    See Victoria's answer is very closer to what I actuallt need.She has described the state in which I am in the two cases.

    I need the term that denotes the state in which earth is on.
    Chilly soil ,burning hot or what?I need the sense of ground NOT mine .


    In winter the ground is very cold, and my feet feel frozen.

    In summer the ground is very hot, and I feel my feet burning.


    LRV
     

    ayed

    Senior Member
    Arabic(Saudi)
    la reine victoria said:
    In winter the soil is very cold. Not 'chilly' - that describes the weather.

    In summer the soil is hot, as is the weather.

    I suggest you wear shoes at all times instead of going around barefoot! :)


    Regards,
    LRV

    :D You really made laugh!
    Bukhin..Bukhin
    Thank you very much
     
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